Vector is Mobile Nation's newest show. It takes the most important topics in technology today, focuses on them from interesting angles, and then discusses the hell out of them. On this episode, Tim Stevens, star of auto and gadget blogs, joins Rene to talk about the computerization of cars, including launch controls, self-driving vehicles, Microsoft Sync, BlackBerry QNX, and iOS in the Car, and the explosive potential of hacking engines.
- 2013 Ferrari FF: The Jalopnik Review
- Lexus' autonomous Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle and why we're not ready for self-driving cars
- Nissan NSC-2015 self-driving car with LTE and smartphone connectivity (test-ride with video)
- QNX unveils new Bentley Continental GT concept car
- iOS in the Car
Yell at us via the Twitter accounts above (or the same names on ADN). Loudly.
Rene Ritchie has been covering the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editorial Director at Mobile Nations, analyst at iMore, video and podcast host, you can follow him @reneritchie on Snapchat, Instagram, or Twitter.
Will need to listen later, if I remember.
Ah. Only if the letter t was replaced by d. :)
That's a good looking car. PS. My first comment with WPCentral app for WP :D
I love Nissan
Please tell me that Tim Stevens is taking up a role somewhere in mobile nations? Then you guys could be rebranded as the new engadget
I think the site is losing focus. I have seen others WP sites with better info nowadays. :(
Watch what happens with a Prius gets hacked http://m.infoworld.com/t/hacking/video-watch-what-happens-when-prius-get...
Tim Stevens doesn't work for Engadget no more?
Tim Stevens was forced to resign from engadget on July 15th due to unknown reasons. Sob Sob. Sigh
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